Launching out of Geiranger port to explore this spectacular fjord and the picturesque town of Hellesylt is an unforgettable experience. The guides will probably explain the legend of the Seven Sisters, but you probably won't catch it
When I got there my first thought was "what a natural paradise." I've never seen anything like it, a treat for the senses, nature in its purest state, a place straight out of your dreams! .It is, without a doubt, one of the most
You have to be very lucky to see this "wonder" on a sunny day, because ninety percent of the days in Milford Sound are cloudy or rainy.
Although rain gives the place a more mysterious touch, the sun gives clarity and brightness.
Norway, the land of fjords, provides spectacular photos of singular beauty everywhere you look. We went to the arms of the Sognefjord this time to discover amazing and stunning places in which nature is the true protagonist. The
A beautiful place, it is a dry fjord where there is a road, the Trollstigen, which is awesome. It's worth getting there for the scenery. Also, close to this is Jostedalsbreen Glacier. Photos are attached.
I spent five weeks in this dreamy country of forests, lakes, clouds, music, people, mountains, and smiles. It was just incredible. Taking a trip to this wonderful country with person you love just makes you smile everyday :)!
I had traveled 8,000 km on bike as we went to make our way to Preikestolen. We arrived at the parking lot and waited 3.8 km climb to get to Preikestolen. The road was difficult to access, and more than just walking across the trepabas
To be honest, the best fjords are in the west of Iceland but on a short trip it's not enough time to tour the peninsula. But it's not a problem, because in the east, there are also really cozy fjords and villages, like Seydisfjordur.
We left from Tromso later than expected towards Bodo. The day and the light was perfect to take a picture, but the A6 with continuous zig zags by the Norwegian Sea, made it so no one could get the camara because as usual in these
Taking a trip of many days in Southern Kayak Greenland, between massive glaciers, hearing only the hum that the ice makes and the huge roar, has been one of the most amaing experiences of my life. Peace and direct contact that you run
Between Alesund and Geiranger is where you can find this fjord which isn't very well-known. This fjord is a cut of about 35 km in the so-called Norwegian Alps, with peaks over 1700 meters. At the end of the fjord lies the small town
Our trip to Scandinavia was a dream come true for us. The picture I have put here was taken in the Troll Fjord, (Trollfjord), inside the Arctic Circle in Norway, one of the most majestic fjords with walls several tens of meters
From the pier Balestrand, you can get another ferry that takes you to the gates of Jostedal Glacier, to Boyum. I don´t advise going down the road, since it is a 30min ferry ride, and it can end up to be 4 hours by car. There you will
We were looking for Frairecillos along the east coast of Iceland. They told us that they would be here, around about this time. After seeing the northern lights at night, we wanted to see them. While looking for them, we found this
This is the ultimate trip to the Fjords. Norway in a Nutshell is an absolutely recommendable way to tour some of the most beautiful areas in the country in just a few hours. There are many combinations, but the Nutshell is a
The aerial panoramic views are always very impressive especially if it's already impressive at eye-level. So despite the vertigo I suffer I convinced myself to fly over an area of the Norwegian fjords in helicopter right beside the
The small town of Sigerfjord located in the center of the Lofoten-Vesterålen archipelago, offers a stunning landscape, a landscape that combines mountain and sea. It is situated in the coastal area between the mountains and the fjord
The mountains and granite walls of this fjord are the biggest and most beautiful of Greenland, Ketil and Ulamertorssuaq, in the fjord Tasermiut, which is regarded as one of the 10 wonders of the entire Arctic. We went Kayaking among
Blackstone Glacier is situated on the west side of Prince William Sound on the outskirts of Whittier. It is only accessible by boat but the trip is worth it, because the views are spectacular. The glacier is huge and if you are lucky
If you are looking for a place to just disappear from the world where aboslutely nobody will find you, do not hesitate, this is your place. On my second trip to Norway from Bodo to Nordkapp decided on staying stage in some cabins
We departed for Äkäslompolo early morning, with the feeling that perhaps we would never get there. We had stayed in lapland for about 13 days. We drove for several miles along narrow, but well-paved roads. Our trip was spent mostly
We were at around 340 km on the A-6 after leaving Tromsø and after stopping for lunch and a rest near Narvik, we headed towards Skarberget to the fjord of Tysfjorden to board a small ferry to take us to Bognes and from there to Bodo
In the mountains of the fjord we can discover many surprises: from endless lakes, wild rivers, livestock and traditional agriculture landscapes and most importantly friendly people living in harmony with the environment caring and
Austnes Fjord is in the municipality of Nordland Vågan. It's easily accessible from the small towns of Liland or Laupstad and you can get to both by ferry, or from the E-10 motorway that runs on the west. Although it's not one of the
Crossing on the ferry from the North Island to the South Island, you can see the first few spectacular fjords of the north of the island. They are fully covered with vegetation and transmitters of eternal tranquility and spectacular
My most fascinating experience in terms of this vacation was the trip we took in August to Norway. The Norwegian fjords are just endless mountains, lakes, and waterfalls. It was an awesome place to get lost and see the force of nature.
The E69 highway connects Olderfjord and Nordkapp (North Cape), runs parallel to Porsangerfjorden or Porsanger Fjord which is the first fjord open to the Arctic Ocean, 123 km long and fourth longest fjord in Norway. Its water is
We start in Alta with more pain than glory, but every step we are closer to our final destination: the island of Mageroya and the North Cape. We were accompanied this thin but persistent rain that bothers drivers and after barely